New Year’s Eve, December 31 at 7 PM or 9 PM
Tickets: $35 per person and include a pre-show reception with free appetizers half an hour before show time
Location: MMAS Black Box Theater, 377 North Main Street, Mansfield, MA
Order tickets online or call the Box Office at 508-339-2822
One of the funniest (and most kind-hearted) observational humorists in Boston, Stephen Bjork is known for his clean and funny style that makes him a favorite in theaters, corporate shows, and fundraisers. At one time, he worked cross-country as a headliner, performing at clubs such as The Improv in Las Vegas, Mohegan Sun in Connecticut, Hilarities in Orlando, Florida, Crackers in Indianapolis, Indiana, and several more. Cited as an influential comedian byThe Boston Globe, he’s shared the stage with acts including Dane Cook, Steven Wright, Dom Irrerra, Dave Chappelle, Gilbert Gottfried, Joe Rogan, Dana Gould and Tommy Chong. He also once opened for the legendary musical group The Platters. Off-stage, his good deeds once earned him the Wilmington “Good Guy Award,” and that kind-heartedness is evident in some of the material he brings from his real life to the stage.
Andrew got his start working as an intern at Sacha Baron Cohen’s Four by Two Films while studying government at Colby College, and has never gone back to thoughts of a serious job. He performs on a near-nightly basis throughout New England and Boston and has become one of the fastest rising talents in the city. He has performed in the prestigious Hampton Beach Comedy Festival, at the Palace Theatre in Manchester (N.H.), at the legendary Nick’s Comedy Stop, The Comedy Scene at Patriot Place
South Boston comedian, Liam McGurk is the winner of the “Funniest Person in Massachusetts Contest” at Laugh Boston in 2019. Known for his laid-back demeanor and cerebral, creative material, he hosts a weekly show in Boston, and has performed at Thunderfest, the Cape Fear Comedy Festival and Rogue Island Comedy Festival. He’s a former Comic-in-Residence at The Comedy Studio in Somerville, and a favorite in Boston showcases. He describes himself as a gentle man with the temperament of a small purebred dog. That is, he’s initially standoffish due to anxiety, but warms up once he’s been fed and petted.